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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

2nd FDA Warning : Georgia Kellogg must clean up cookie plant

2nd FDA Warning : Georgia Kellogg must clean up cookie plant
2nd FDA Warning : Georgia Kellogg must clean up cookie plant
The Food and Drug Administration warned Kellogg Co. about bacteria and substandard production procedures at a food manufacturing plant in Augusta, Ga., a setback for the food company that has tried to mend a supply chain that has faced several major recalls recently.
In a letter posted to its website on Tuesday, the FDA said it found listeria in the facility, including on "food contact" surfaces. While the FDA warned that items like cookies may not support the growth of listeria, the FDA cautioned that the lack of sanitation may allow for food to become "contaminated with filth."
The Food and Drug Administration found traces of listeria at a Kellogg Co. bakery in Augusta, Ga., during an inspection earlier this year.
In a letter released Tuesday, regulators say that the pathogen was found in several spots along the production line that comes in direct contact with food. The FDA also noted other problems at the plant such as insects near areas where food is located.
Kellogg said it has undertaken a number of aggressive actions to address the concerns and is confident in the safety of its food.
The company, based in Battle Creek, Mich., makes a variety of Keebler and Famous Amos cookies at the Augusta plant.
Eggo Production
Kellogg’s cookies are baked at a temperature high enough to kill any listeria present, according to Robert Gravani, a food science professor at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. The lack of an FDA product recall suggests that listeria was not found in the cookies, he said. FDA spokeswoman Tamara Ward declined to comment on a potential recall.
Listeria is a bacterium found in prepared foods and soil that can cause a serious infection in humans called listeriosis. It is particularly harmful to pregnant women, the young, the elderly, and people with weak immune systems, according to the FDA’s website.
Kellogg, the largest U.S. maker of breakfast cereals, fell 45 cents to $54.96 at 4 p.m. in New York Stock Exchange composite trading. The shares have gained 7.6 percent this year.
The agency didn’t find the pathogen in any Kellogg foods, but on and around conveyor belts in the production line. The agency said:
“We note that although your finished product cookies may not support the growth of L. monocytogenes, the positive environmental swabs are indicators of insanitary conditions in your facility and demonstrate a failure of cleaning and sanitation operations that may allow for contamination of foods with filth or pathogens.”
Speaking of filth in the factory, the agency also took issue with pooling water that was observed dripping into an open mixer bowl and flies swarming near food mixers.
This isn’t the first time listeria and Kellogg have been in headlines. Inspectors found the food-poisoning organism in 2009 in a Kellogg plant in Atlanta, Ga., prompted by contaminated Eggo buttermilk waffles—the FDA sent Kellogg a warning letter back then too.
FDA said it would determine at its next inspection whether the steps taken by Kellogg are sufficient. In the meantime, FDA gave the company 15 working days to respond to the warning letter with documentation.
"We have undertaken a number of aggressive action to address their (FDA) concerns, including compressive cleaning and extensive testing, and have confidence in the safety of our food," said Kris Charles, Kellogg spokeswoman.
Listeria can be very difficult to eradicate once the pathogen becomes takes hold inside a food plant. Maple Leaf Foods in Toronto found that out three years ago when its failure to eradicate Listeria led to a nationwide outbreak linked to deli meats that killed 22 mostly elderly Canadians.
Two years ago, local development authorities in Georgia provided $30 million in tax-exempt bond financing for improvements at the Kellogg's facility in Augusta. The Battle Creek, MI-based company also made fairly recent investments in $5 million worth of equipment relocated to the former Murray's Biscuits plant.
Kellogg Company sales totaled more than $12 billion last year. It has manufacturing facilities in 18 countries and markets products in more than 180 counties. Problems at some of its U.S. plants last year led to a shortage of its popular Eggo frozen waffles and several popular cereals had to be recalled over packaging problems.
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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Today USA pesticide-contaminated fruit is apples

Today USA pesticide-contaminated fruit is apples
this day : USA pesticide-contaminated fruit is apples
In the vast majority of cases, residues of the 48 different pesticides the USDA found in its sampling of apples—the nation's most widely consumed fresh fruit after bananas—were within amounts that federal regulators consider safe to eat.
Environmental Working Group has released the seventh edition of its Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce with updated information on 53 fruits and vegetables and their total pesticide loads. EWG highlights the worst offenders with its “Dirty Dozen” list and the cleanest conventional produce with its “Clean 15” list.
Analysts at EWG synthesized data collected from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration from 2000 to 2009. Produce is ranked based on a composite score, equally weighing six factors that reflect how many pesticides was found in testing of on each type of the produce and at what levels. Most samples are washed and peeled prior to being tested, so the rankings reflect the amounts of the chemicals likely present on the food when is it eaten.
Notable changes in the new guide included apples’ rank as the most contaminated produce, jumping three spots from last year to replace celery at the top of the “Dirty Dozen” list. According to USDA, pesticides showed up on 98 percent of the more than 700 apple samples tested.
Its seventh annual report analyzed government data on 53 fruits and vegetables, identifying which have the most and least pesticides after washing and peeling. For produce found to be highest in pesticides, the group recommends buying organic.
Apples moved up three spots from last year, replacing celery at the top of the most-contaminated list; 92% of apples contained two or more pesticides.
"We think what's happening to apples is more pesticides and fungicides are being applied after the harvest so the fruit can have a longer shelf life," says EWG analyst Sonya Lunder. "Pesticides might be in small amounts, but we don't know what the subtle, long-term effects of many of these pesticides are yet."
The worst offenders also include strawberries (No. 3) and imported grapes (No. 7). Onions top the "clean" list, found to be lowest in pesticides.
By choosing five servings of fruit and vegetables a day from the clean list, most people can lower the volume of pesticides they consume daily by 92%, the report says.

"Consumers don't want pesticides on their foods," says EWG president Ken Cook. "We eat plenty of apples in our house, but we buy organic when we can."
Rankings reflect the amounts of chemicals present on food when it is eaten. Most samples were washed and peeled before testing. Washing with a "produce wash" is unlikely to help remove pesticides because they're taken up by the entire plant and reside on more than just the skin, the report says.
For shoppers who cannot afford organic food, which often is more expensive, Cook says the lists offer alternatives. Can't find organic apples? Buy pineapples, the top fruit on the clean list, or avocados or mangoes.
Fewer than 10% of pineapple, mango and avocado samples showed pesticides. For vegetables, asparagus, corn and onions had no detectable residue on 90% or more of samples.
Pesticides are known to be toxic to the nervous system, cause cancer, disrupt hormones and cause brain damage in children. Pregnant women are advised to avoid foods containing pesticides.
A study by Harvard School of Public Health found children exposed to pesticides had a higher risk of developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Lunder says pesticides were measured in six different ways to calculate overall scores:
  1. the percentage of samples tested with detectable pesticides.
  2. the percentage of samples with two or more pesticides.
  3. the Average number of pesticides found on a single sample.
  4. the Average amount (level in parts per million) of all pesticides found.
  5. the Maximum number of pesticides found on a single sample.
  6. the Total number of pesticides found on the commodity.
Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables from the "dirty dozen" list would mean you'd get an average of 14 different pesticides. By choosing five from the clean list, you'd consumer fewer than two pesticides.
"With the increased emphasis on eating more fruits and vegetables, we need to be vigilant about the food we're producing and serving," Lunder says.

While the amount of pesticide on any individual piece of produce might not pose a risk, the group advocates buying organic versions of the fruits and vegetables that pose the highest risks.
"Though buying organic is always the best choice, we know that sometimes people do not have access to that produce or cannot afford it," said Ken Cook, president of the Environmental Working Group, in a news release. "Our guide helps consumers concerned about pesticides to make better choices among conventional produce, and lets them know which fruits and vegetables they may want to buy organic."
An official with the Michigan apple industry said that the vast majority of produce tested by the federal government falls within levels considered safe for pesticide residues.
"Just because you can find trace amounts doesn't mean it's unhealthful," said Denise Donohue, executive director of the Michigan Apple Committee. "You can detect miniscule amounts of almost anything."
Michigan is the nation's third-largest producer of apples, which support a $700 million industry.
Michigan's wet climate doesn't allow for any significant amount of organic apple farming, Donohue said. Almost all of those grown organically are processed.
The environmental group and agricultural and dietary groups all agree that no matter the risk of trace amounts of pesticides, it's far better to eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables than to stop eating them.
Pesticides in unhealthy amounts have been linked to brain and nervous system toxicity, cancer, hormone disruption and skin, eye and lung irritation, according to the environmental group.

source : From The Detroit News: http://detnews.com/article/20110613/LIFESTYLE05/106130419/Apples-top-list-of-produce-with-most-pesticide-residue#ixzz1PKAeRtJI
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Friday, May 6, 2011

javanese delicious food Pekalongan Soto (Taoto)

javanese delicious food Pekalongan Soto (Taoto)
Material of Pekalongan Soto (Taoto) javanese delicious food
  1. 500 g beef brisket
  2. bay
  3. red onion leaf, sliced ​​crosswise tipis2.
  4. lemongrass leaves
  5. tauco 2 tablespoons

Spices recipes
  1. 250 gr large red chilies, boiled 5 minutes for a nice red color
  2. 10 grains of red bawng
  3. 5 cloves garlic
  4. 5 cm ginger kurleb
  5. the laos (galangal)
  6. the kurleb 3 cm turmeric
the more Supplementary materials foods
  1. Lontong rice sliced ​​crosswise
  2. 1 piece of potato boiled, then in half-circle thick slices
  3. Belinjo fried crackers (this must exist)
  4. Celery, finely sliced​​. for topping
  5. Fried red onion, for topping
  6. Lemons fruit
  7. Sprouts, flush hot water for a while, for topping
  8. Sambal / chili spice soto.
How to make Pekalongan Soto
  • Boil the meat along with laos, bay leaves,
  • Lift the meat is already cooked, sliced ​​tipis2. and enter again into the cooking water was
  • Puree onion, garlic, ginger, turmeric, together with a large red chili stew.
  • Saute the spice fine until fragrant.
  • Add tauco in stir
  • Add sliced ​​leaves red onions , continue sautéing briefly.
  • Enter ingredients stir into stew meat, boiled again untill spices to infuse.
  • Serve with supplementary materials and sprinkles.
source : http://www.recipeeasy.info/2011/05/soto-pekalongan-taoto.html
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delicious food the bacem chicken jogja's

delicious food the bacem chicken jogjathe delicious recipe food the bacem chicken jogja's
bacem chicken jogja's MATERIALS
  1. 1,000 ml of coconut waters
  2. 1 chicken cut into 12 pieces / to taste
  3. 50 grams brown sugar
  4. 3 eyes acid
  5. 5 tablespoons soy sauce
  6. salt to taste
  7. skewer

food Spices:
  1. 1 teaspoon coriander, toasted
  2. 5 eggs pecans, toasted
  3. 4 cloves garlic
  4. 8 cloves shallots
how to make delicious food jogja bacem chicken :
Boil chicken with coconut milk, palm sugar, tamarind, soy sauce, salt, and spices.
Lower the heat. Cook until the gravy dries up. Remove and let cool then. the delicious jogja bacem chicken is ready to serve.
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